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الإنجليزية - التركية
vazgeç
(deyim) aracı geri almak
vazgeçmek
gevşetmek
(deyim) sorumluluktan geri durmak
(deyim) Geri çekilmek
geri çekme
dude
ahbap

Biraz şarap içelim mi, ahbap? - Are we gonna get some wine, dude?

Saçma bir gece kulübündeyim, ahbap! - I'm in a fricking nightclub, dude!

dude
şehirden gelen tatilci, turist
dude
züppe adam
give the shirt off one's back
varını yoğunu vermek
dude
Kanka
dude
dost, arkadaş
dude
adamın
dude
Amerikalıların günlük konuşma dilinde birbirlerine hitap etmek için kullandıkları kelime
dude
giyimine aşırı düşkün erkek
get off my back
Sırtımda kurtulmak
give s.o. the shirt off one´s back
çok cömert olmak
give the shirt off one's back
varını yoğunu birisine vermek
like water off a duck's back
(deyim) Söylenen şeyin, yapılan tavsiyenin vs bir kişiyi etkilemediğini, onun aldırış etmediğini bildirir; tıpkı suyun ördeğin sırtında, tüyleri arasında durmayacağı gibi

Advice and correction roll off him like water off a duck's back. Many people showed him they didn't like what he was doing, but their disapproval passed off him like water off a duck's back.

can you cut a little more off the back
arkamı biraz daha kısaltır mısınız
get off s.o.'s back
{k} birini rahat bırakmak, birini azarlamaktan/eleştirmekten vazgeçmek
get off someone's back
(deyim) yakasından düşmek
get off someone's back
(deyim) rahat bırakmak
like water off a duck's back
(deyim) buz üstüne yazılmış gibi
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
To lower the setting of

Could you back off the volume a bit? It's really loud.

To become less aggressive, particularly when one had appeared committed to act

I was going to sue, until my legal advisors told me to back off.

To move backwards away from something

I tried to back off slowly from the tiger in my path.

give up on, withdraw from -, abandon
move backwards from a certain position; "The bully had to back down"
remove oneself from an obligation; "He bowed out when he heard how much work was involved"
If you back off, you move away in order to avoid problems or a fight. They backed off in horror
If you back off from a claim, demand, or commitment that you made earlier, or if you back off it, you withdraw it. A spokesman says the president has backed off from his threat to boycott the conference The union has publicly backed off that demand
fall off the back of a lorry
Of an item of merchandise, to come into a perons's possession without having been paid for; to have been acquired illegally
get off someone's back
To cease pestering or criticizing someone, i.e. to leave them alone
like water off a duck's back
Without immediate or lasting effects

Scandal after scandal would break, but it would be like water off a duck's back; no heads rolled, and no one seemed particularly perturbed.

like water off a duck's back
In a manner which has no effect; immediately and without causing any difference

She combs me down with her tongue sometimes though, but that just slips off me like water off a duck's back..

no skin off one's back
No harm to one

If he wants to make a mess in his own room, it's no skin off my back.

off the back foot
from a defensive position
backoff
The retransmission delay enforced when a collision occurs
like water off a duck's back
(deyim) Without changing your feelings or opinion; without effect

1. Advice and correction roll off him like water off a duck's back. 2. Many people showed him they didn't like what he was doing, but their disapproval passed off him like water off a duck's back.

off one's back
(deyim) 1. Stopped from bothering one; removed as an annoyance or pest. "Having a kid brother always following me is a nuisance. Can't you get him off my back?"; "The singer was so popular with teenagers that he took a secret vacation, to keep them off his back."
the shirt off one's back
the maximum one is able to give or lose

I would give a friend the shirt off my back.

water off a duck's back
(deyim) Criticisms of or warnings to a particular person that have no effect on that person: "I've told him that he's heading for trouble, but he doesn't listen - it's just water off a duck's back."
Back off!
dude
backoff
The process by which a station then remains silent for a random period of time following a collision before attempting to transmit again See also Binary Exponential Backoff
backoff
The retransmission delay enforced when a collision occurs (see Collision)
backoff
Rapid withdrawal of band tool from contact with work piece
be no skin off one's back
of no importance to, having no affect on one
fall off the back of a lorry
(British Slang) appear from out of nowhere (ironic expression used to indicate that something came into one's possession in an illegitimate manner, i.e. by theft)
get off one's back
(Slang) stop annoying or bothering a person
got off his back
left him alone, stopped bothering or pressuring him, backed off
like water off a duck's back
without any effect, completely ineffectually, without any influence
back off
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